The limitations of human rights
Question from the Internet:
“What are the limitations of human rights?”
It solely depends on from what viewpoint we look at it, and for what purpose, for what intention we want to use our rights.
We exist in a globally integrated and fully interdependent world, governed by Nature’s laws of integration that sustain the balance and homeostasis life depends on.
Thus from our usual, egocentric, subjective, and individualistic point of view we have absolutely no rights, we cannot do whatever we like and we cannot make decisions based on the usual self-serving, self-justifying “pleasure/pain” calculations.
But if we learn from Nature how to selflessly, unconditionally serve, support others and the whole system, if we intend to facilitate the free circulation, communication within the whole system, between all parts of the system in humanity and beyond, then we are absolutely free to act and our existence is unbounded and timeless.
This is how Nature’s laws and system operate, and we can do nothing to change them, the only thing we can do is to adapt to these laws and system. And then we will become completely free with unlimited rights to consciously, proactively support and partner the system, and we feel realistically, tangibly feel that everything is open and we can truly do whatever we want.